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City scoops award for Employer of Choice - Public Sector
​City Scoops Employee of Choice Award
EThekwini Municipality is pleased to announce it has won the award for Employer of Choice: Public Sector Organisation at the 6th Future of Human Resources (HR) Awards.

The City was recognised for its outstanding achievements in the Human Resources sector and for ‘contributing to Human Resources management through strategies and practices that directly impacted business performance and innovation.’

The Future of HR Awards celebrates organisations who represent the best in the HR management profession in South Africa. In response to the global pandemic, the summit and awards were a two-day virtual event. The virtual summit brought together industry leaders to recognise individuals, teams and organisations for their outstanding achievements in people management by showcasing strategies and practices that deliver direct impact on business performance and innovations that set new standards for the industry.

Chairperson of the Governance and Humans Resources Committee Councillor Nompumelelo Sithole congratulated the HR Cluster on receiving the prestigious award. Councillor Sithole said eThekwini Municipality has received numerous awards for being a caring and innovative City. She said the City has earned many achievements ranging from service delivery to building a strong and professional workforce.

Deputy City Manager of Corporate and Human Resources Kim Makhathini said the City was both humbled and delighted to have been named the winner as Employer of Choice: Public Sector.  

“We are honoured to be recognised for the work the City has done this year, especially during such a tough time. We truly believe human capital is at the core of every successful organisation, which is why we put our staff first when the pandemic hit. The City will continue to work towards maintaining a work culture and workplace environment that attracts, retains and empowers its employees. As the Employee of Choice 2020, we will also remain committed to the well-being and safety of our employees,” said Makhathini.

Event organiser and Chief Executive Officer of Topco Media, Ralf Fletcher said: “We truly believe the future lies in the holistic integration of human capital and technology, which is why with the Future of HR Awards we seek to recognise companies and individuals that are making meaningful strides to affect the status quo of the industry. The nominees and winners represent the future of human capital which is critical considering the state of employment in our country at the moment.”

The Future of HR Award winners were announced during the virtual award ceremony held on 26 November.
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